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Pastures of Eden Feta

Pastures of Eden Feta

Pastures of Eden and its umbrella group Tnuva has been the target of boycotts for several years as it is in the face of Trader Joe’s customers across the US. Tnuva is the largest dairy producer in Israel with about $1.8 billion in revenues. Tvenu, with 70% market share has actually been the target of  boycotts by Israelis because it has exploited its dominant market share to increase prices higher than many customers felt justifiable.
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Elbit Systems

Founded in 1967, the Israeli company Elbit Systems has become one of the world’s premiere “security and defence,” firms, specializing in military electronics, surveillance systems, Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs or “drones”), and security systems. It is a symbol for the Israeli economy, which essentially thrives on and fuels war, repression and control in Palestine and around the globe.

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Sabra Dipping Co, LLC

Boycott Sabra Hummus

Specialising in dips popular in the Mediterranean region, the Sabra Company is now owned by two independent, global food companies – PepsiCo, based in the US, and Strauss Group, based in Israel. (For Strauss Group’s other brands, see here.)

The term “sabra” is Israeli slang for a Jewish person born in historical Palestine.  The term “sabra” also refers to an extensively upgraded M60 Patton military tank developed by Israel Military Industries.  The company is a subsidiary of Blue & White Foods, LLC, whose name refers to the colours of the Israeli flag. Read More

The List





AMAV toys (e.g. Bracelet Weaving Kit, Sweet Art Cupcake Decorating Set, Brickle Bricks.)


Ahava (e.g. Dead Sea Water Mineral Shower Gel, Dermud Intensive Foot Cream)

Food Products

Eden Water  (bottled and plumbed water coolers)

Abadi Bakery* (e.g. Mediterranean Savory Cookies)

Carmel Winery* (e.g. Carmel Limited Edition, Carmel Mediterranean)

Fresh Produce

Mehadrin* (e.g. “Jaffa” oranges, Greek yoghurt)

Jordan River* (dates)


Stanley Black & Decker (e.g. drills, microwave, juicers)

Clothing/Personal Care

Delta Galil Industries (e.g. textiles found in Victoria’s Secret, Gap, J-Crew, J.C. Penny, Calvin Klein)

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Ahava beauty products

Ahava directly violates the Geneva Convention which states that the natural resources of an occupied land cannot be used for the economic benefit of the occupier.

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Israeli dates

Nearly half of the illegal settlements in the Jordan Valley grow dates and it’s their most profitable crop contributing significantly to their economic viability. That profitability involves illegal underpayment of Palestinian workers, exploitation of child labor and dispossession of Palestinian farmers from their land. Boycotting Israeli dates is one of the most direct ways to target illegal settlements. Read More



Labelled by a UN report as a “disreputable company” “known for its violence against detainees”

G4S manages security at Ofer Prison in the Occupied Palestine Territories, provides services and equipment to run checkpoints and helps the Israeli prison imprison Palestinian political prisoners transfered to Israeli prisons in violation of the Geneva convention.

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On January 10th, 2014, SodaStream announced Scarlett Johansson would be the new face for their marketing. It proved a disastrous decision. Johansson brought mainstream media attention, as only a celebrity could, to the SodasStream factory built in the illegal settlement of Ma’ale Adumim and to the BDS campaign generally.

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Ariel University

Wittingly or unwittingly, Israeli universities play a central role in sustaining the occupation. They are the face of Israel’s democracy that serves to hide its dark colonial side. One could call it “university washing.”

Neve Gordon, June 2, 2014, ‘In Their Silence, Israeli Academics Collude With Occupation’

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